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The Beginner's Guide to Rails Helpers

Helpers in Rails are used to extract complex logic out of the view so that you can organize our code better. This article is meant to shed some light over the

How Much Does It Cost to Build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)?

How Much Does It Cost to Build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)?

Knowing the cost of the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) upfront, for an early stage startup, is knowing if that startup can grow into a real businesses or if it’s just another unrealistic dream.

Writing a Chrome extension with Elm

Extensions, Language, Writing, Coding, Simple, Learning, Google Chrome, Articles, Blog

How to Install Bootstrap 4 in Rails

How to install Bootstrap 4 in Rails

4 In, Gem

To test fast or slow

How to test controllers in Rails

To test fast or slow

Construction Site

How I create a new Rails project

How I create a new Rails project: test driving your projects

5 Things You Need To Know Before Building Your First MVP

5 Things You Need To Know Before Building Your First MVP

How often do you find yourself coming up with new business ideas? Coming up with ideas, or dreaming about a better future is how you build and grow a startup, it’s what makes you an entrepreneur.

How to Write a Cucumber Test for Google Maps

How to write a Cucumber test for Google Maps

Cucumber, Maps, Google, Blog

How To Price Your Freelance Work

How to price your freelance work

I’ve been doing freelance web development for the past 10 years or so and every time I meet a new client the unavoidable question about pricing always pops up…

Did you ever needed to get the children's children of a newsted tree like structure? Well it turns out, in Rails, that stuff is pretty easy to do. You can use the awesome_nested_set gem and you're all set, everything is right there for you to use.

Nested trees with Ruby on Rails

Did you ever needed to get the children’s children of a newsted tree like structure? Well it turns out, in Rails, that stuff is pretty easy to do. You can use the awesome_nested_set gem and you’re all set, everything is right there for you to use.


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